It Might As Well Be Spring


SKU: MMC-169



Some Enchanted Evening, Emile’s previous album, was so much fun to make and proved to be so popular that he decided to record another collection of romantic songs from Broadway musicals. Emile’s unique ability to capture the meaning and feeling of a song in his playing, is present in full measure on this album. His performances are fresh, delicate and whimsical, not unlike spring itself. Truly, this may prove to be one of his most popular recordings ever.

1. Dulcinea from ‘Man of La Mancha’  
2. Try to Remember from ‘The Fantastiks’
3. Who Can I Turn To from ‘The Roar of the Greasepaint’
4. How Are Things in Glocca Morra? from ‘Finian’s Rainbow’
5. They Were You from ‘The Fantastiks’
6. Sunrise, Sunset from ‘Fiddler on the Roof’
7. Till There Was You from ‘The Music Man’
8. If He Walked Into My Life from ‘Mame’  
9. What Kind of Fool Am I? from ‘Stop the World-I Want to Get Off’
10. Where Is Love? from ‘Oliver’  
11. Something Wonderful from ‘The King and I’
12. It Might As Well Be Spring from ‘State Fair’

About the Pianist

With almost thirty recordings in his own discography, Emile Pandolfi ranks among America’s most popular piano artists. With the majority of his performance repertoire being lush, intricate arrangements of Broadway and standards that form the canon of "The Great American Songbook", his influences are, in fact, more classical than pop. And it is this subjective layering of classical style that Pandolfi infuses onto the broad palette of selections performed in his frequent concerts that resonates with audiences everywhere.